Home fashions from Sears (1972)

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The ads below are from a series that ran in print magazines during 1972 (and some also appeared in 1971), showcasing Sears’ latest home styles — bedlinens, curtains, carpet and more.

The Mixables sheet sets

Beautiful every way you mix them: Afraid to put a striped pillowcase on top of a sheet flowing with flowers? Most people are. So Sears is about to stop all the confusion. The Mixables are here!

Rajah bedspread

“Rajah.” Sears fresh translation of the Far East. It started as a museum show of India art. This rare lotus-and-arch design shone out, and captured our eye.

Aquarius draperies

The textured weave in sun-drenched colors

Symbols II draperies

Turn the family room into your family’s favorite room

Matchmate shag carpeting

Sears presents Matchmate Shag. The first carpet in 50 colors.

Shades of the Tiffany look

The cane collection: When Mr Tiffany first saw pagoda umbrellas shading Oriental royalty, he went home and designed a lampshade. You loved it. We did, too.

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